• How to distinguish between benign tumors and malignant tumors?

    Benign tumors and malignant tumors are significantly different from macroscopic to microscopic, from appearance to internal structure, from clinical manifestations to the harm to the human body. Doctors can generally distinguish benign and malignant tumors correctly based on professional knowledge, clinical experience and some special inspection methods.腫瘤中醫推薦 Of course, there are a small number of tumors that are between benign and malignant, and it is difficult to distinguish.

    Benign tumors, generally speaking, grow slowly and can exist in the body for years or decades. Grow sexually, with clear boundaries. A benign tumor in the subcutaneous soft tissue, usually gently pushed by hand. Commonly used surgical treatment, surgery is easier to remove, and generally will not recur or metastasize after resection. The benign cell morphology is similar to that of normal tissues, and the cells are well differentiated. Most benign tumors are wrapped by a fibrous membrane and usually have no invasive expansion. , Less harmful to the human body.

    However, if benign tumors grow in some of the most important parts, such as benign tumors of the brain, if not treated in time, it can also threaten people's lives. Another example is female uterine fibroids. Although they are benign, they can cause vaginal bleeding when they grow close to the endometrium. If you die for a long time, it may cause severe anemia. In addition, benign esophageal leiomyomas grow to a certain size and cause swallowing difficulties. A small number of benign tumors can gradually become malignant under certain conditions. Therefore, benign tumors should also be treated in a timely manner.

    Malignant tumors: also known as cancers, commonly known as malignant tumors, most of which grow faster and the boundaries of the tumor are not clear. Malignant tumors living in superficial areas are often difficult to promote and infiltrate. If they are not treated in time, metastatic tumors may occur. If the treatment is not thorough, it is easy to relapse or metastasize. The morphology of malignant tumor cells is very different from that of normal cells, and the cells are incompletely differentiated and mostly immature. There is usually no membrane around malignant tumors. Not only do they increase in size, but the malignant cells also infiltrate and spread to the surroundings. If it grows to a certain extent, it may cause surface ulceration, erosion, bleeding, or peculiar smell and fluid, or cause pain. Malignant cells may also spread along lymphatics or blood vessels to other organs and tissues of the body, which is called cancer metastasis. If it continues to develop, it will endanger people's health and life.

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